E.U., Citing Amazon and Apple, Tells Nations to Collect Tax
The European Commission said it would take Ireland to court for not clawing back billions from Apple, and ordered Luxembourg to recover around $293 million from Amazon.
E.U. Said to Order Luxembourg to Collect Back Taxes From Amazon
The decision comes as European authorities consider a raft of proposals aimed at increasing the amount of tax paid by American technology companies.
Chinese Firm With Big Stake in Lenovo to Buy Control of Luxembourg Bank
Legend Holdings would acquire a controlling stake in the Banque Internationale à Luxembourg from an investment vehicle of the Qatar royal family.
House Hunting in … Luxembourg
In a small country with a large foreign population, the demand for homes is strong, and prices are steadily increasing.
An Art-Nouveau Style Mansion in Luxembourg City
Built in 1871 and renovated in 1997, the home’s exterior is protected by the city’s historic preservation regulations.
Hearing ‘America First,’ European Nations Jockey to Be Second
It’s a tight race for runner-up when America is first, and the contenders are going all out to prove their superiority to Donald Trump with video pitches.
After ‘Brexit,’ Finding a New London for the Financial World to Call Home
Our columnist handicaps the race for the biggest financial prize since London was thrust to the fore.
Brazil Opens Investigation Into McDonald’s
The company and its master franchise owner in Latin America are under scrutiny for possible violations of labor, tax and franchise laws.
E.U. on McDonald's Tax Investigation
Regulators from the European Competition Commission will investigate deals Luxembourg granted McDonald’s that may have led to the restaurant paying less in European Union taxes than it owes.
E.U. Investigates McDonald’s Tax Deal With Luxembourg
The move is the latest sign that Margrethe Vestager, the bloc’s competition commissioner, is determined to widen a crackdown on corporate tax avoidance.
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